Access to special education for exceptional students in French immersion programs: An equity issue

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Publisher:  The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education; University of Toronto

Author:  Nancy Wise

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Submitted by:  Michael

Date Submitted:  January 13, 2022

Language of Resource: English, French

Resource Type: Article

Media Format: Website

This resource aims to shed light on the inequities that exist within French Immersion programs for students with special needs. The author highlights the importance of maintaining a fair standard for all students who wish to succeed in a French Immersion program. There must be more funding and resources allocated to special needs students so long as they can be accommodated in order to succeed in learning the French language.

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Program(s): Immersion

Education Level: Other

Subject(s): French Language, Education

Equity, Diversity, Social Justice: This material contains content related to equity, diversity, and/or social justice.

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